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, they were multimillionaires. what did they do to earn such a high rate of return? steve jobs dropped out of college, studied eastern religions, designed video games for atari. i received a letter from a 6-1/2-year-old boy which sums up what we've accomplished. "dear mr. jobs, "my crossword puzzle clue was, as american as apple... "i thought the answer was computer, but mom said it was pie." steve wozniak won a science fair at 12, designedomputers in high school, and raised money to build one six years later. i took it with my tv to the club and demonstrated to everybody. "look how small this is, and i built it myself." atari's founder, nolan bushnell, recalls a video game they created. i had one project that everyone turned down. it was a game called breakout. finally i said, "steve, hey, do this for me." and he said, "done." wozniak wasn't on the payroll and jobs was. they worked something out in the evening. two weeks later, in a project that traditionally took months, we had a prototype. in january 1976, jobs, the promoter, began pestering wozniak, the designer, to build some printed
.com/nbr. >>> end of an era, steve balmer, microsoft ceo and chief sales meeting, bill gates gets emotional. what is next for the software maker and who will lead it? >> do it yourself. more people are and home depot is reaping rewards raising the outlook for the third time this year. it's not the only company profiting by the trends. >> pinched by pensions. tonight we head to chicago to see just how deep the problems run. all that and more tonight on "nightly business report" for tuesday, november 19th. >>> good evening everyone. topping our news, three corporate giants, jp morgue chase, home depot, microsoft members of the dow index and making news today for different reasons. we begin with microsoft and shareholders meeting today but it wasn't a typical shareholders meeting. this was the final one for steve balmer who steps down as ceo next year and marks the beginning of a historic management changeover at the company. as microsoft's bored narrows the search for a new leader, the company will end a 38-year stretch where balmer and dates led. who might be next in charge. >> reporter: it was a
money. every time he played poker he brought a shoebox full of change. we called him shoebox steve. >>> let's move on to jpmorgan. that was over the sale of mortgage-backed securities covered by jpmorgan and bear stearns in 2005 and 2008. jpmorgan bought bear stearns. it was march of 2008. it predated the heart of the crisis being that it was in march but bear stearns was 2 bucks and ended up being $10. the larger question here is are they moving through all of the various fines, penalties, fees, settlements that they need to, can investors see through to the other side? they have put aside 23 billion for so-called litigation expense. jim, i start to wonder whether the continued -- i wouldn't call it an avalanche but the continued pressure from regulate are to regulators and all of the pressure points that they seem to be applying, one has to wonder whether we'll truly abate and get back to what we call real earnings power for these financial institutions. >> look, if we had normalized earnings and this is not a normal time, then jpmorgan would probably be 6, 7 points higher. all o
'm becky quick along with andrew ross sorkin and steve liesman, who is in for joe kernen today. o is enjoying a day off. our top story today, of course, it's retail. so we are lucky enough to have our industry expert dana telsey here this morning. >> thank you. thank you for having me. >> have you slept? >> i don't believe in sleeping, not when the stores are open. >> that's what we figured. we'll talk more to dana in just a moment. at least a dozen retail chains opened their stores yesterday. it did make for some big thanksgiving day sales. overall, the national retail federation expects sales to be up by 3.9% during the last two months of the year. that is higher than last year's 3.5% growth. but it's below the 6% rates that we saw just before the recession. and whether you hit the stores yesterday or not, plenty of people are out this morning. if you are planning on waking up early for your black friday sales, you're late. step et up. shoppers are expected to spend an average of $650 this weekend. that's 11 1% more than last year. we have the chief merchandising officer at toys
, steve liesman and rick santelli. and plus bars and ton. is rick santelli there or is that him there? >> i'm here. >> steve liesman, let's start with you. what did the minutes say that spooked the market? >> that a taper is coming in the coming months if the economy performs according to the fed's forecast. that forecast is for a gradual improvement or acceleration in growth to 2014. not necessarily expected at the end -- in the fourth quarter because you'll probably get weak growth. that's why i would rule out a december taper. that it's coming in the coming months and the fed is looking for a we to do that in a way that doesn't cause the market to bring forward when it would raise interest rates. >> what does that mean about investing? what did you hear as an investor trying to allocate capital across? jason pride, jump in there in terms of allocating capital. what does this mean to you today, the minutes? >> one of the most important things people keep missing is the fed needs to taper in order to remain as stimulative as they have been before. one of the things that is coming abo
your biological parent. when that journey started for steve, he found quickly he had been kept in the dark of what was otherwise an open secret. here is a thing about a place like kansas things can hide in these wide open spaces. hopes, lies, secrets. the sky is like a huge lid trapping everything inside my name is steve, and i was born in kansas. i whats a i documente a adoptedy jane who raised me on this farm along with their six daughters and two sons. i grew up leaving thing believiy family were a certain way. but when you turned 18 i found out everything i thought i knew was a lie. ♪ >> testing one two. testing. >> all right this is for real. >> tell us what you want to know? >> did you ever think that -- do you know do you have any regrets? >> oh, no. >> no. >> do you think you handled everything the way you wanted to handle it? >> i would have liked to have done more for him. how do you feel? yeah how do you feel about us. >> i sort of block it out of my head. >> i think i was angry because i felt like i was left out. no, you weren't. >> you don't know what it's like
@captioncolorado.com ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, joey fatone: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how are you folks? how are you folks doing? how you doing? how you folks? thank you very much. ha ha! thank you very much. thank you. hey, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey! and boy, do we have a good one for you today, folks. returning for the second day from leicester, mass., it's the brown family. >> ah hoo! ha ha ha! yeah! steve: that's some serious business over there. well, from right here in hotlanta, georgia, it's the lawson family. >> [cheering] steve: everybody's here trying to win their self a lot of cash and a possibility of driving out of here a
of player misconduct. he has been accused excessively hazeing a fellow teammate, jonathan martin. steve harrigan joins from us miami. steve, there is more revelation that is might trouble people coming out about the suspended lineman. what do we know about this? >> certainly some more troublesome video coming out about richie incognito taken earlier this year with a group of teammates at a fort lauderdale bar called dirty blondes. images show incognito stomping around bare chested and using the "n" word in relation to another teammate who is present and appears to be laughing. more scrutiny of incognito's history as we, being kicked out of programs at university of nebraska and oregon and let go by the rams after fighting with the coach in 2009. i was voted dirtiest player in the nfl. he has been suspended indefinitely after discovery of racist text messages by the dolphins management. that management really wants to get to the bottom of things right now. owner steve ross called for an independent investigation by the nfl. the coach of the dolphins is on the hot seat but as far as the p
tune in their tvs right now and see how it's done. >> oh, who is he talking to there, steve? nbc news exit polls show governor christie's landslide was made possible thanks to nearly a third of all democratic voters. 57% of women and significant gains being made among black and hispanic voters as well. gains over 2009. steve kornacki hosts msnbc "up with steve kornacki." he's here to break down all the election results with me. let's start with what "the daily beast" talked about, some of these exit poll numbers. here's the headline. the outlines of a candidate who can dig the gop out of the demographic trap it's facing. and while hard-core conservatives might call him a rhino, republican name own, there's another name for it, a winner. what is the major takeaway from christie's win last night in new jersey, steve? >> first of all, if chris christie is the republican candidate in 2016, he's not going to be blessed for the democratic party that rolls over for him like the democratic party rolled over in new jersey. one of the reasons they rolled over in new jersey is because he was so
the executive directors authority we did an rrp. you approved initially the bond council with steve mall with his firm. at that point we also selected self disclosure council bill lofton and he's here today. so just before i introduce the team, the next steps will be that if you approve this resolution today it will go to the oversight board next week and if they approve it, it will go to department of finances. hopefully it will be sooner to offer their concurrence with this bond sale. and we are also waiting for the approval authority on the rocks to expend any proceeds then we can finalize it and get it to market. we are going total board of supervisors to increase the authority up to $70 million. with that i would like to point out the finance team members that we have in the audiences. bond council we have steve mall khan, joe watson, bob gamble and from the underwriteers jay chasmsky
not work out for them tonight. and ken cuccinelli did not win. joining us now is steve kornacki, the host of "up with steve kornacki." thank you for being here. interesting to look at turnout numbers, specifically in northern virginia. we saw an elector in virginia that looked much more like 2012 than the last time they elected a governor in 2009. >> what we saw play out tonight in virginia in a way was a repeat of election night in virginia in 2012, where in 2012, romney was leading in the state and all the returns that were publicly out there, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, those big four sort of -- those counties you talk about, loudon county, prince william, fairfax county, right outside arlington county, right outside of washington, d.c., in fairfax in particular, that's correct. those numbers from fairfax ended up being overwhelming for terry mcauliffe and that's where the late surge came from. i'm looking at that map tonight, and i'm looking at the 2012 map and it is sort of the same story. >> looking at the new jersey results, obviously no surprise that chris christie was able to get his seco
steve gyro -- steve tyrell. the songs of semicon. he will perform two of the most endearing. glad you have joined us, conversation from steve tyrell coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: grammy winner steve tyrell is introduction to popular moves -- popular music started at age 19. burts already working with bacharach. he went on to work with bonnie raitt before striking out as a performer in his own right. his latest cd is called "it's magic, the songs of semicon. kohn."ammy a little sneak review you did to this before the record even drive. >> last year. it was this semi-con -- it was the sammy kohn centennial. he was a great writer. nominatedll, he was 27 times for the academy awards, which is unbelievable. people wouldthat ask him what comes first, the music or the lyrics? he would say the phone call. [laughter] that is where he got his inspiration. five golden globes, just an amazing lyricist. year.xtending that this i am about to start my ninth year at the cafÉ carlyle. last year, i did sammy's theme all year.
report. gooming. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve, this is a tricky forecast. >>> definitely on the lows. a lot of sunshine today. mostly sunny. high clouds to the north. but the lows anywhere from about 33 to 58. just depends if you get the east or northeast breeze. the forecast calls for clearer skies but the lows can be cold. a couple of blocks away they can be mild. mostly sunny, sunny. it will be warmer today. there's still the component of an easterly breeze. livermore, 60. concord, 40. i just saw -- hayward says 48 not far away. newark, though, 38. there's some crazy lows. cold to mild to warm lows. that northerly or easterly breeze not as strong as yesterday. santa rosa will start off -- i mean, the frost advisory never materialized in the north bay. we'll go 75 in the north bay along with santa cruz and vacaville. interesting, we'll have sunshine. probably the warmest day of the week. a little breezy for two. it will be warmer. if it's cold, it will rebound. if you are sitting at 60, you are talking about, what do you mean c
down about five points. steve sedgwick live for thus morning. >> a lot of expectation towards the employment report at the end of the week. six fewer days between thanksgiving and christmas that means retailers could lose $1.5 billion over the key holiday season. that said, the national retail federation thinks sales will be up 4% this year. online sales up about 15%. elsewhere, elite graduates from business schools, harvard business school, looks like they're looking more at tech than finances. harvard business school says 18% of job-seeking students landed tech sector spots this year, that's up from 12% in 2012. those same graduates, only 27% of them took jobs in finance, that's down from 35% last year. the remuneration, total package in finance is way higher in finance than in tech. >> burger king trying to crack the dominance of the big mac? >> yeah. it's all about the all-important -- it's the third bun. it's the bun in the middle. this is culled the big king. it looks remarkably like the big mac. it has two all-beef patties, three buns now. also lettuce, white onions, pi
's three other things. steve sims suggest that kitty dukakis as involved in a flag burning. ronald reagan quips he's not going to pick on an invalid when it was ask whether dukakis was treated for depression. dukakis veetos a pledge of alliance law. >> and he didn't react passionately to a question of what he would do if his wife was attacked? >> that was october 13th. that was the nail in the coffin. all of these things was a democratic campaign at a high in july. >> let's go back to the helmet, the hat. you mentioned in the film and your article, that there is an unspoken rule, not even unspoken that candidates should not wear hats. and president obama mentioned it on receiving a football helmet from the navy team. >> pretty sharp. all right. there's a general rule, you don't put stuff on your head in you're president. that's politics 101. you never look good wearing something on your head >> that applies to presidential candidates. why did he do it. it's not just him. candidates have kept doing it since. >> it goes back to 1977, calvin coolag, had a headdress. jack kennedy thought he l
's an incredible car. >> it's not just the shape of the car. they did things like steve jobs. you know, form follows function or whatever the old, you know, architectural strategy. the guy is like jobs to come out of nowhere. gm and ford and all the others they've been trying to come up with this for so long. i see what he's saying. if you've got a gas tank with 30 gallons worth of gas and you're in a bad accident, that's scary. but then there are these batteries, apparently -- >> and the distributor -- >> distributed across the whole bottom. does any little, you know, does any crash -- >> consumer reports comes out and says it's the safest car they've ever tested. >> this is interesting. we'll see what kind of conclusions these -- and you know, when you test cars, you see those, you know, crash dummies and stuff. you see how hard -- and it's scary to watch because even 35 miles an hour. >> are they really smashing up teslas, though? >> it's only the government, we can afford it. >> consumer reports. >> consumer reports. >> but when they test. >> yeah, well, they, i'm sure are. >> money to b
things. things. steve sims suggest that kitty steve sims suggest that kitty dukakis as involved in a flag dukakis as involved in a flag burning. burning. ronald reagan quips he's not ronald reagan quips he's not going to pick on an going to pick on an invalid when invalid when it was ask whether dukakis was it was ask whether dukakis was treated for treated for depression. depression. dukakis veetos a pledge of dukakis veetos a pledge of alliance law. alliance law. >> and he didn't react >> and he didn't react passionately to a question of passionately to a question of what he would do if his wife was what he would do if his wife was attacked? attacked? >> that was october 13th. >> that was october 13th. that was the nail in the coffin. that was the nail in the coffin. all of these things was a all of these things was a july. july. >> let's go back to the helmet, >> let's go back to the helmet, the hat. the hat. you mentioned in the film and you mentioned in the film and your article, that there is an your article, that there is an unspoken rule, not even unspoken rule, not even unspoken
film careers, steve martin and angela lansbury and our rachel smith was in the middle of it all. >> reporter: even for hollywood superstars who have seen it all. >> this was my first time being at the governors awards. >> reporter: it's one prestigious spectacle. >> i try to be here until they kick me out. statutettes of the evening going to angelina jolie receiving the jean herschel award. >> when i met survivors of war and famine, i learned what life is like for most people in the world, we are all, everyone in this room, so fortunate. >> reporter: actress angela lansbury, what. >> what an incredible moment. >> reporter: and steve martin. all receiving honorary awards. it's about time we see you at the governors awards. >> they're considered the highest honor an actor can receive in mid-november. >> reporter: steve's funny friend relishing the opportunity to present their pal with the honor. >> my wife who is as beautiful as she is smart. and -- i knew that i wasn't going to make it through this speech. i read it to my dog this morning and wept. >> reporter: this star-studded
. >> you don't have anybody to thank. that's too bad. steve weiss long. >> pete? >> buy citi and bank of america. >> i would take a shot of cpb. >> i like franks international oil service. "power" starts now. >> "halftime" is over. "power lunch" and the second half of the trading day starts right now. >> all right. scott, thank you very much. jpmorgan expected to settle any minute now really with the government to the tune of some $13 billion. has it put the worst behind it or not? is it time to buy jpmorgan stock or look to other financials? we're going to take a look at that whole sector and see where you might best make some money now. tesla is under fire, yes fire, as the government begins an investigation surprisingly, the stock is up today. selling off rather sharply in the last three or four weeks. we will tell you if the inquiry will put a dent into tesla's sales. you may be surprised on that one. strong quarter for home depot, boosted by a resurgent home remolding sector. is the stock, a buy, sell or a hold. old-school debate coming up. first let's check in with sue at the ne
tonight. joining us is steve carnaky. we saw an electorate in virginia that looked much more like 20 12 than in 2009. >> what we saw play out tonight in virginia was a repeat of election night in virginia in 2012, where in 2012, romney was leading in the state in all the returns that were out there, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00. it's those big counties, like loudoun, prince william, fairfax county, arlington, right outside of washington, d.c., fairfax in particular, those numbers from fairfax ended up being overwhelming for terry mccullough. that's where the late surge came from. i'm looking at that map and looking at the 2012 map, and it's the same story. >> looking at the new jersey results, there's no surprise that chris christie was able to get his second term. i was surprised how bluntly he was campaigning for president on the night he got elected. looking at those results, is there anything that was surprising or anything that's important there? >> i think what you're saying is true. base think this is a speech they started writing about a year ago. the democratic party did not invest in thi
-16. tile. >>> time now for more sports. >> here's steve levy at espn with the highlights. >>> good morning, america. welcome to "sportscenter." i'm steve levy. the kansas city chiefs tried to start the season 10-0 visiting the broncos in denver. here are the pretty pictures, at least for the broncos. manning to thomas. 70 yards down the sideline. later in the same drive, manning to julius thomas at the 3, runs it in for a touchdown. manning connects with thomas, two defenders surrounding him. 10-0, broncos. as for the chief, third and goal, alex smith, right to dwayne bowe for the touch crown pass. bowe was arrested in the bye week. chiefs down 10-7. manning, the handoff to montee ball. broncos win by ten. the chiefs will have to settle for 9-1. >>> number 48 makes it six. denny hamlin won the sprint cup race. ninth place was good enough for jimmie johnson. won his sixth championship in eight years. he ranks third all-time, trailing richard petty and dale earnhardt. both have seven points titles. >>> cam newton and the panthers have won five straight games. jumped into the playoff chase. c
the politics of this steve comes with numbers. he comes with hard data. he's got the charts. looking first at who is going to pay more under the affordable care act. >> just because there is so much to talk about this to show what is what and who will be affected. let's look first as willie said, who will pay more, who will not pay more. this chart breaks down all americans into five gruchoups. these 80% are people who either get their health insurance from their employers, as probably most of us here do or they're on medicare or medicaid. for them, for the most part, life goes on. have you the 15% uninsured. they will be affected in a positive way by affordable care. we'll come to them later him then you come down to this roughly 5%. everything we have been talking about in terms of people getting their policies cancelled or whatever fall into this 5% budge. we're talking roughly 16 million people half of them will, should be able to get a similar plan without paying more for it. another quarter of that total will get subsidies. their incomes are low enough to qualify for some of the obam
shareholder meeting in a little more than an hour or now, as steve ballmer gets ready to exit the tech giant. talked a lot about ballmer yesterday in that interview with the "journal." >> that was the topic of much conversation out west. drew halston from drop box talking openly about the idea that steve stood in the way of progress, marc benioff saying how he recognized the impediment to microsoft is himself. a lot of soul searcher out there. >> some other soul searching going on among ceos of fortune 50 companies, they looked at what happened with mr. ballmer where he expressed a bit of ambivalence about staying in this job to his lead director and they were like great, thanks. >> wow. >> and i've been hearing that those kind of ceos or any ceos, whether it's activists or just in general sort of wondering whether their board is going to turn on them are definitely seeking advice on how to prevent that from happening. >> this is a revolution. boards are supposed to be rubber stampers. >> not anymore. not as much. you still see some but there has been a change. >> abercrombie's board? >> you
cyclist who would remember the michael dukakis presidential election to the day is steve cornacki. your team today, even supplied dukakis' favorite pizza for lunch, olive pizza. >> very greek type of pizza right there. that's right. >> there's still some left actually. >> abby, i think it's italian. >> it might be. >> they even reenacted the tank episode. >> that was my background in college. i had a film/television major -- i'm a director at heart. we rented out the sound stage and there was a $2 million production. but it was worth it. >> it captured -- >> everybody says what i really want to do is direct. you too? >> yeah. six second vines. >> it's your calling. >> it was amazing. clearly there are still echos of the dukakis campaign in the democratic party. something i talk about a lot. most of the talk about the weak republican party and how it can't get its act together. political parties grow in these cycles, from 1968 to 1992 there were really only four years of a democrat in the white house. that's just one out of six terms with president carter at the helm. and wasn't until an
center stage to receive one of the academy's highest awards. >> there you see along with her, steve martin and angela language lance. lansbury, and our rachel smith was in the middle of it all. >> reporter: even for hollywood superstars who have seen it all. >> this was my first time being at the governors awards. >> reporter: the governors awards hosted by the academy that brings us the oscars is one prestigious spectacle. >> i just try to be here until they kick me out. >> what can i nickname you? >> geoff o., or g crush. that is kind of my rap nickname. >> reporter: the golden statuettes of the evening going to angelina jolie receiving the jean hersholt humanitarian award. angelina, what does this award mean to you? >> it means a great deal to me and it's a very, very lovely thing. when i met survivors of war and famine, i learned what life is like for most people in the world, we are all, everyone in this room, so fortunate. >> reporter: and actress angela lansbury. >> what an incredible moment. >> reporter: come tune designer pierre otosi. and actor/comedian, musician/writer st
a new job. it's in private equity but there's a great backstory here. steve liesman has it next. and mother nature unleashing her fury in italy. look at that, a major eruption under way on the island of sicily, that's mount etna. blasting away for the first time since 1992. frightening pictureses from illinois. we'll have the details on the damage of a wave of tornadoes caused there in the heartland yesterday. they're still cleaning up this afternoon. more "power lunch" when we return in two minutes. twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligations. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. >>> a huge eruption, that's italys's mount etna
the site launched. details from abc's steve portnoy. >> reporter: an inside look into just how difficult it was to sign up in the first days of healthcare.gov. notes from war room sessions on october 2nd and 3rd, are an early catalog of glitches. documents released by the house oversight committee, suggest just six people successfully signed up for coverage on the first day of enrollment. and by the end of the second day, after millions tried to logon, only 248 people were said to have enrolled. the obama administration says he's numbers aren't official. in her testimony this week, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius says the website's flaws make any early data unreliable. >> we do not have any reliable data around enrollment, which is why we haven't given it to date. >> reporter: her agency doesn't plan to issue its first report on enrollment figures until mid-november. but the first days overwhelmingly viewed as a disaster. a survey shows 80% of those polled have a negative impression of obama care implementation. just 14% say it's gone well, that the law has benefite
. >> thanks so much, steve. >> on the next "washington journal," william hogelan from the bipartisan policy center and former republican staff director will examine the status of budget talks and whether a government fight can be avoided. a part of our series, kaiser health news correspondent julie apple bee looks at individuals who are seing notices that their health care plans are being canceled. and why the federal housing administration has received close to $2 billion to stabilize its fiscal position. >> next, quar with author steven kinser. then david cameron taking questions from the house of common. then remarks by iraqi prime inister al maliki. >> on america's call for scientists and engineers. >> as nasa's future goes, so too does that of america. and if nasa is healthy, then you don't need a program to convince people that science and engineering is good to do because they will see it on the paper, there will be calls for go ice s to help us fish wrg there is an ocean of water that's been liquid for billions of years. we're going to dig through the soils of mars and look for life
nationalism boys race, politics and the u.s. if not globally we have today. steve thomas, however, black nationalism today is a lot of rhetoric and academia types with salary and a little bit of shot light than a complete overhall of the structure. >> well, joining us to discuss malcolm x's legacy dr. cornell west, renown academic, and is malcolm x real or not reinvented. you know, black nationalism tanks on different meanings, depending on who you ask. >> i think black nationalism is always relevant because it's founded on three pillars, self-respect, self defense, self determination. malcolm x one of the great freedom fighters was about what? impeccable integrity. he would never sell out. tell the truth, be willing to pay the price. he was always willing to express righteous indignation because he had a deep abiding love of black people. he had a deep abuing love for white, yellow, red, brown. >> has it changed depending on the era? >> first of all, let me second that emotion from my brother west. >> i feel music hyped that. >> brother herb got smokey robinson. >> i'm speaking my mind.
minutes, i will talk about the potential for snow and rain across our area. >> steve, all right. we are use to dealing with cold in the d c area, but some people are surprised that we received this blast this early. tom roussey continues live team coverage from the lincoln memorial. down, butds are dying it is still awfully cold especially for this time of year. 21 degrees below average. normally, you will see folks hanging out with the steps there. there is no one there. this cold is keeping a lot of people away. many did find things to do outside tonight. >> ironically, one of the best ways to stay warm tonight was to get on the ice. if you continue to skate around, you feel less cold. it affected cold, the zamboni at the pentagon city outdoor rink. harry tran spent about 12 hours, , getting itutside to work right. >> trying to stay outside, make sure the machine is running. 10 degreess all most colder than the average high in mid-january which is the coldest time of year around here. in d c, it is not the cold. it is the windchill. today saw gusts of up to 45 miles per hour. that
moves across the country. we are covering the action for you, and we go live, steve centanni is at reagan national airport with the latest on delays and what you can do to avoid them. steve. >> >> reporter: yeah, adam, a very, very busy holiday travel week all the way up through sunday which is one of the business jest travel days of -- busiest travel days of the entire year. to plan ahead x. it's not going to be smooth sailing for everybody, i hate to tell you, because of the weather delays, weather problems all the way across the country. take a look at some pictures we shot earlier here at national airport. things moving fairly smoothly, a lot of the arrivallings are delayed, more than half coming in late, and that's probably going to push back the departure times later in the day as you have that domino effect. a lot of rain here, possibly snow tomorrow, weather problems all the way across the country as that storm moved from california, down to the south, now up into the northeast. just a lot of tangled travelers and flights delayed and a lot of headaches on this holiday
not win. joining us now is steve kerr bernake. >> the turnout numbers specifically in northern virginia, we saw an electorate that looked much more like 2012 than it did the last time they elected a governor in 2009. >> what we saw in virginia was a repeat of election night in virginia in 2012. in 2012, romney was leading at 8:00, 9:00, 10:00. it was those counties, loudon county, prince william, of fairfax county, arlington county right outside of washington d.c. . that is correct. those numbers from fairfax were overwhelmingly for terry mcauliffe. that is where it came from. in looking at that malik tonight, that is the same story. >> looking at the new jersey results, it's no surprise that chris christie was able to get his second term as governor of new jersey. i was surprised by how bluntly he was campaigning for president on the night that he got reelected. the results in down ballot and everything else, is there anything that was surprising? >> what you are saying is true. it was clear a year ago that he would have an easy time because the democratic party did not invest. the dem
, steve? >> it does. wonder if it's got secret sauce. two all-beef patties. >> one week after testifying on capitol hill about the disastrous obamacare rollout, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius returns today for round 2. what can we expect to hear? joining us from the senate side, pennsylvania senator pat toomy, a member of the senate finance committee. he's going to be there this morning. good morning to you, senator. >> good morning, steve. >> i bet she's going to get an ear full because i know you guys in the senate have been getting an ear full from your constituents who suddenly have gotten those, hey, you've just been canceled notes in the mail. >> that is exactly right. of course, you know, how many times has the president promised people that if you like the coverage you have, you'll get to keep it? we always knew that was untrue. now, of course, it's coming home. and it's devastating to people. three and a half million so far have gotten these letters. because of obamacare, they lose their coverage. their plan no longer meets the satisfaction of the presiden
of the behavior indicators used were subjective. steve lowers who directed the investigation says tsa has yet to demonstrate the effectiveness of the program despite spending 900 million on it since 2007. according to the report the tsa has indicated it needs more time to determine if the program is effective. but in the meantime the program is being viewed as a key layer of aviation security. both republicans and democrats on the house homeland security says the report raises concerns about the program. they consider this fine at a subcommittee hearing on thursday. >> diane macedo thank you for joining us this morning. >> it is now 15 minutes to the top of the hour. frightening moments when a teenager swallows her retainer. >> i was sleeping i felt a pain in my neck. it was scary. >> i am sure. but that92yfl retainer ended up saving her life. we will explain. >> a truck bursts in a tunnel. the driver should have paid attention to the height restriction. >>> coming on "fox & friends" be ten minutes from now, a couple of gonzaga university students will be telling us about their story where th
with look at steve rudin. the first of two cocold fronts have movoved on through. you will feel the difference as it moves through the root -- region today. 20'sratures tonight, mid to lower 30's. >> it's time to play -- >> let me guess. >> "name that cloud." >> one of the local meteorologists say, please tell me that animation sticks around forever. this is in nevada, if that helps you out. i know it won't. something stratus. >> cirrus. >> just to give you an idea, cirrus is high. stratus is low. >> can you combine them? >> it's often formed in the leer outside of downstream from the mountains. this would be east of reno, right? and it comes over. you have cooling. >> does anybody understand what she's talking about? >> when the air goes down, it starts -- basically, you don't see the cloud, the air goes back up. you see it. oh, my gosh. >> i don't know what language that is. >> yeah. >>> coming up on the broadcast, we have to switch gears. a very serious story after the break. new clues toward a motive in the gruesome murder of a particular high school teacher. the chilling kn
is actually squeezing them so they don't immediate the standards, right? so look at these numbers. steve, you alluded to this last week you said almost 80% of people will lose their health care. 76% of small employers were expecting to drop their plan for individuals. 55% of large employers. 63% of all employers. and the white house knew it. >> they did know it. because all those figures were contained in the central register that government lawyers put into the federal register back in 2010. that's one of the reasons the president's poll numbers are completely tanking. a majority of americans right now, according to a brand-new cnn poll, don't trust the president and one of the reasons is because he said if you like your health care, you can keep it. you can't, because as we just saw from that statistic right there, if you have your health care through work, there is a better than 50/50 chance you'll lose your policy. it's interesting, now we've been told that apparently the government web site is going to be up to snuff by the first of december. nope. that's not going to be the case. but it
excuse to have gummies. >> we had some votes for flint stones. steve, i have grandparents who are 77 and 90 and never took vitamins. should i start now? you want to see our news block i'll push it out on facebook and twitter right after the show. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> chris christie appeared on all four sunday shows to talk about how much he didn't want to talk about the presidential race. >> governor, how interested are you in running for president in 2016? >> well, chris, what i'm interested in doing is be the governor of new jersey. what i'm focused on is doing my job in new jersey. time governor of new jersey. for me i'm the governor of new jersey and my job is to run the state of new jersey. >> yes he's just the governor of new jersey. that's why he went on meet the jerry, fox news jersey sun, face the turnpike and this new jersey new jersey new jerseyopolis. >> good morning, everyone, it's tuesday, november 12th. whoa, that would be pub day. he and mecham right there start things off at columbia last night. how did that go? >> they are still clapping. >> they are
? steve king from iowa will be "outfront." >>> then the president said no chemical weapons in syria under any circumstances. he was willing to fight for this. is he about to cave? we have a special report next. >>> and code red. was the hazing of a 300-pound man under orders? new details a bizarre and disturbing story. , bp had two b: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. and our giant idaho potato truck is still missing. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels. but we'd really like our truck back, so if you see it, let us know, would you? thanks. what? >>> our second sto
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